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Mouse is jumpy on new mousepad

I've been using my mouse for the last few months on the wood keyboard tray I have and I just went out to buy a "high performance" mousepad and now it skips intermittently while using windows and excessively when I'm playing Medieval 2.... Anyone have any ideas?

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You can adjust the sensitivity of your mouse.

Go to Control Panel>Click on Mouse>Lower the slider bar

Try again and see if it works any better.

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